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Course description
  ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL ENGLISH

Competencies and objectives

 

Course context for academic year 2010-11

La asignatura de "inglés económico-financiero" desarrolla unos contenidos y destrezas básicas en la formación académica del Máster. El conocimiento del lenguaje y las estrategias comunicativas del lenguaje de los negocios es uno de los pilares fundamentales en la futura especialización profesional de los alumnos del Máster ya que cubre una de las áreas profesionales con más demanda en el mundo actual. Esta materia se complementa con la equivalente: "español económico y financiero".

 

 

Course content (verified by ANECA in official undergraduate and Master’s degrees)

Specific Competences (CE)

  • CE11 : Use the perspectives, theories and analysis techniques that are essential for constructing the theoretical framework of Forensic Linguistics.
  • CE17 : Be able to elucidate the linguistic nature that distinguishes the varieties of IFE: the terminology, syntax, rhetorical organisation and communicative strategies.
  • CE18 : Be able to control the idiosyncratic subtleties and cultural/social differences that are essential for interpersonal relationships in academic and professional contexts (cultural values, norms of courtesy, non-verbal communication, etc.).
  • CE19 : Be able to use the communicative and discursive techniques common to most of the discourses of the speciality, which serve to achieve different communicative purposes (argument techniques, presentation description, narrative, explanation, etc.).
  • CE2 : Apply the theories, models and linguistic tools that are relevant for study and research of the IFE.
  • CE20 : Be able to use resources for the transmission of scientific knowledge to present the research carried out in the context of the languages of the speciality.
  • CE22 : Be able to prepare effective texts in the different languages of the speciality, oral and written, in English and Spanish, according to the contextual and discursive needs and expectations.
  • CE25 : Ability to use existing resources to obtain, handle, interpret, manage and transmit information: databases, written and oral corpora, Internet and the ICTs.
  • CE32 : Ability to handle and assess the value of documentary resources that allow one to approach the understanding, production or translation of specialised texts correctly, from English to Spanish and vice versa.
  • CE33 : Ability to give an academic presentation orally in English and Spanish in academic and research contexts.
  • CE36 : Ability to apply linguistic knowledge to researching some aspect related to the languages of the speciality (English and Spanish).
  • CE4 : Master the specific terminology of different kinds of the IFE in the contexts where they are used.
  • CE6 : Be able to analyse the communicative genres of the different varieties of IFE.
  • CE9 : Be able to transmit the techniques of Plain English and its application to legal English.

 

General Competences of the Degree Course:>>Instrumental: Conceptual or Cognitive

  • CG1 : Know how to apply the main perspectives, theories, techniques and analysis models in the field of interdisciplinary research of linguistics applied to the study of the IFE.
  • CG2 : Know how to apply the main perspectives, theories, techniques and analysis models in the field of interdisciplinary research of linguistics applied to the study of the EFE.

 

General Competences of the Degree Course:>>Instrumental: Procedural or Methodological

  • CG3 : Ability to apply the knowledge acquired and solve problems in new or little-known settings within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to the languages of one's speciality.
  • CG4 : Know how to integrate knowledge and deal with the complexity of giving opinions on the basis of information that may be incomplete or limited and includes reflections on the social and ethical responsibilities associated with applying one's knowledge and opinions in academic and research contexts.
  • CG5 : Possess the ability for self-learning in the academic and research contexts associated with the languages of one's speciality.
  • CG6 : Capacity to choose or design the right method of work to achieve the goals proposed in the academic and research contexts of the languages of one's speciality.
  • CG7 : Capacity to communicate one's conclusions and the knowledge and reasons that support them to specialist and non-specialist audiences clearly and unambiguously in the academic and research contexts of the languages of one's speciality.

 

General Competences of the Degree Course:>>Instrumental: Technological

  • CG8 : Use technological resources to acquire, handle, analyse, interpret and transmit information: databases, translators, spell-checkers, tools, word processors, multimedia presentations, etc.

 

General Competences of the Degree Course:>>Attitude: Individual

  • CG10 : Capacity to work in interdisciplinary groups in international academic contexts.
  • CG12 : Ethical commitment.

 

 

 

Learning outcomes (Training objectives)

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Specific objectives stated by the academic staff for academic year 2010-11

- Proporcionar las técnicas, los métodos y los recursos necesarios de los contextos profesionales de negocios.
- Diferenciar entre lenguajes para fines específicos y lenguajes especializados.
- Abordar las variedades específicas del inglés económico, comercial y financiero.
- Adquirir y dominar los recursos lingüísticos orales y escritos específicos.
- Dominar, valorar y aplicar las fuentes de información, técnicas de documentación, recursos informáticos y fuentes bibliográficas específicas.
- Ejercitar con simulaciones las diversas situaciones comunes en el mundo de los negocios en inglés.

 

 

General

Code: 38615
Lecturer responsible:
MATEO MARTINEZ, JOSE
Credits ECTS: 3,00
Theoretical credits: 0,40
Practical credits: 0,80
Distance-base hours: 1,80

Departments involved

  • Dept: ENGLISH STUDIES
    Area: ENGLISH STUDIES
    Theoretical credits: 0,4
    Practical credits: 0,8
    This Dept. is responsible for the course.
    This Dept. is responsible for the final mark record.

Study programmes where this course is taught